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Hunting Gear Checklist for Big Game
Posted on: 01/26/17
Big game hunting needs some amount of seriousness. Planning is necessary due to the risks involved like high altitude, cold weather, exhaustion and fatigue, and attacks from wild animals. Some of the necessary hunting equipment needed in the field to hunt bear, caribou, moose, elk, and more is listed as well as equipment needed to transport and preserve your trophy...

Moose Hunting Tips & Techniques
Posted on: 01/26/17

Moose are the largest of the deer family with seven different sub-species recognized in the world, four of which inhabit North America. They are the Alaskan, Shiras, Canadian and Yukon moose. Generally speaking, an area which includes both young trees and swampy lakes would be considered prime moose country. Here are some good tips and techniques for hunting these big game trophies...

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